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Linux Distribution for the Cloud

         Peter Eisentraut
        petere@debian.org



         FOSDEM 2010
What is a Linux Distribution?
What is a Linux Distribution?




      Integrating a bunch of free/open software
What is a Linux Distribution?




      Distributing a software collection to users
      Integrating a bunch of free/open...
What is a Linux Distribution?




      Distributing a software collection to users
      Integrating a bunch of free/open...
What is a Cloud?
What is a Cloud?
What is a Cloud?




   Provisioning of services hosted on shared resources over the
                              Internet
First Linux distribution . . .
Or maybe this . . .




                      Cloud version 0
Wrapped in this . . .
A bunch of these . . .
Or just one of these . . .
Or usually this . . .




                        Cloud version 0.5
But what about this?
Or this?
Solutions




      Random, ad hoc, or vendor specific solutions . . .
Solutions




      Random, ad hoc, or vendor specific solutions . . .
      FAI (http://www.informatik.uni-koeln.de/fai/)
Solutions




      Random, ad hoc, or vendor specific solutions . . .
      FAI (http://www.informatik.uni-koeln.de/fai/)
...
Solutions




      Random, ad hoc, or vendor specific solutions . . .
      FAI (http://www.informatik.uni-koeln.de/fai/)
...
Ubuntu Cloud

               http://www.ubuntu.com/cloud
Current Problems




     Lack of standards
     Integration of available software
     Linux distributions can drive this
More Information




      http://socializedsoftware.com/2010/01/20/
      eleven-open-source-cloud-computing-projects-to-...
The Linux Desktop
The Linux Desktop
The Linux Desktop




          Where does this leave Linux distributors?
Problems




     The server-side software is not “free”.
     The hosting is not “free”.
     Little/no control over data...
Ways Forward



     Need more “free” web services.

     Need “free” hosting model.

     Need data access/protection mod...
Ways Forward



     Need more “free” web services.
         Identi.ca, OpenStreetMap, ownCloud, . . .
     Need “free” ho...
Ways Forward



     Need more “free” web services.
         Identi.ca, OpenStreetMap, ownCloud, . . .
     Need “free” ho...
Ways Forward



     Need more “free” web services.
         Identi.ca, OpenStreetMap, ownCloud, . . .
     Need “free” ho...
Ways Forward



     Need more “free” web services.
         Identi.ca, OpenStreetMap, ownCloud, . . .
     Need “free” ho...
Ways Forward



     Need more “free” web services.
         Identi.ca, OpenStreetMap, ownCloud, . . .
     Need “free” ho...
Freedoms



  Free Software Definition
   0. Freedom to run
   1. Freedom to study and change
   2. Freedom to redistribute...
Freedoms




   0. Freedom to run
   1. Freedom to study and change
   2. Freedom to redistribute
   3. Freedom to distrib...
More Information




      https://www.joachim-breitner.de/blog/archives/
      344-About-the-Freedoms-of-Web-Services.htm...
Summary




  Linux distributors can drive:
      Integration of cloud software
      Distribution of software in the clou...
Rights and Attributions


   This presentation “Linux Distribution for the Cloud” was authored by Peter Eisentraut and is ...
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Is putting archives of binaries on a CD image still the way to serve the users? In the face of the likes of Google and Amazon impacting the way
users interact with software and systems, and eroding the four freedoms, how can Linux distributions keep up? Distribute QEMU images? Write a free GMail clone? Offer community-managed web email hosting? Can this work, and who is going to pay for it?

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  1. 1. Linux Distribution for the Cloud Peter Eisentraut petere@debian.org FOSDEM 2010
  2. 2. What is a Linux Distribution?
  3. 3. What is a Linux Distribution? Integrating a bunch of free/open software
  4. 4. What is a Linux Distribution? Distributing a software collection to users Integrating a bunch of free/open software
  5. 5. What is a Linux Distribution? Distributing a software collection to users Integrating a bunch of free/open software Implementing the freedoms
  6. 6. What is a Cloud?
  7. 7. What is a Cloud?
  8. 8. What is a Cloud? Provisioning of services hosted on shared resources over the Internet
  9. 9. First Linux distribution . . .
  10. 10. Or maybe this . . . Cloud version 0
  11. 11. Wrapped in this . . .
  12. 12. A bunch of these . . .
  13. 13. Or just one of these . . .
  14. 14. Or usually this . . . Cloud version 0.5
  15. 15. But what about this?
  16. 16. Or this?
  17. 17. Solutions Random, ad hoc, or vendor specific solutions . . .
  18. 18. Solutions Random, ad hoc, or vendor specific solutions . . . FAI (http://www.informatik.uni-koeln.de/fai/)
  19. 19. Solutions Random, ad hoc, or vendor specific solutions . . . FAI (http://www.informatik.uni-koeln.de/fai/) Distribute virtual images in addition to ISOs?
  20. 20. Solutions Random, ad hoc, or vendor specific solutions . . . FAI (http://www.informatik.uni-koeln.de/fai/) Distribute virtual images in addition to ISOs? Offer automatic deployment to cloud services?
  21. 21. Ubuntu Cloud http://www.ubuntu.com/cloud
  22. 22. Current Problems Lack of standards Integration of available software Linux distributions can drive this
  23. 23. More Information http://socializedsoftware.com/2010/01/20/ eleven-open-source-cloud-computing-projects-to-watch/ Eucalyptus Systems — http://www.eucalyptus.com/ http://oddments.org/?p=78
  24. 24. The Linux Desktop
  25. 25. The Linux Desktop
  26. 26. The Linux Desktop Where does this leave Linux distributors?
  27. 27. Problems The server-side software is not “free”. The hosting is not “free”. Little/no control over data. No “open-source” community.
  28. 28. Ways Forward Need more “free” web services. Need “free” hosting model. Need data access/protection model. Rethinking licensing, freedom.
  29. 29. Ways Forward Need more “free” web services. Identi.ca, OpenStreetMap, ownCloud, . . . Need “free” hosting model. Need data access/protection model. Rethinking licensing, freedom.
  30. 30. Ways Forward Need more “free” web services. Identi.ca, OpenStreetMap, ownCloud, . . . Need “free” hosting model. Hostsharing.net Need data access/protection model. Rethinking licensing, freedom.
  31. 31. Ways Forward Need more “free” web services. Identi.ca, OpenStreetMap, ownCloud, . . . Need “free” hosting model. Hostsharing.net Need data access/protection model. auditing, data dumps (“preferred form for modification”) Rethinking licensing, freedom.
  32. 32. Ways Forward Need more “free” web services. Identi.ca, OpenStreetMap, ownCloud, . . . Need “free” hosting model. Hostsharing.net Need data access/protection model. auditing, data dumps (“preferred form for modification”) Rethinking licensing, freedom. AGPL?
  33. 33. Ways Forward Need more “free” web services. Identi.ca, OpenStreetMap, ownCloud, . . . Need “free” hosting model. Hostsharing.net Need data access/protection model. auditing, data dumps (“preferred form for modification”) Rethinking licensing, freedom. AGPL? Commercial opportunities
  34. 34. Freedoms Free Software Definition 0. Freedom to run 1. Freedom to study and change 2. Freedom to redistribute 3. Freedom to distribute modified versions
  35. 35. Freedoms 0. Freedom to run 1. Freedom to study and change 2. Freedom to redistribute 3. Freedom to distribute modified versions Freedom to access and control my data
  36. 36. More Information https://www.joachim-breitner.de/blog/archives/ 344-About-the-Freedoms-of-Web-Services.html Eben Moglen, “Freedom in the Cloud”
  37. 37. Summary Linux distributors can drive: Integration of cloud software Distribution of software in the cloud Freedom in the cloud
  38. 38. Rights and Attributions This presentation “Linux Distribution for the Cloud” was authored by Peter Eisentraut and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license. Picture credit: http://www.flickr.com/photos/matsuyuki/2607912618/ (CC-BY-SA) http://www.flickr.com/photos/secretlondon/2592690167/ (CC-BY-SA) http://www.flickr.com/photos/jrepin/188800171/ (CC-BY-SA) http://www.flickr.com/photos/bobbigmac/2543562507/in/set-72157605291764838/ (CC-BY-SA) http://www.flickr.com/photos/mattimattila/3003324844/ (CC-BY) http://www.flickr.com/photos/neospire/3594831805/ (CC-BY) http://www.flickr.com/photos/saipal/199661563/ (CC-BY) http://www.flickr.com/photos/lloyds-screenies/2809262218/ (CC-BY) http://www.flickr.com/photos/jcuthrell/2101814328/ (CC-BY-SA) http://www.flickr.com/photos/ndevil/4117337083/ (CC-BY) All listed pictures under indicated Create Commons licenses.
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